Liberty Co. Sheriff's Office: Woman...

Liberty Co. Sheriff's Office: Woman fatally shoots uncle she reportedly thought was breaking in

A spokesman for the Liberty County Sheriff's Office says around 6:30pm Sunday, a woman shot a man she thought was trying to break into her mobile home in the back of the property.
UH Coach Tom Herman addresses title...

UH Coach Tom Herman addresses title game, rumors

University Of Houston Coach Tom Herman press conference on the AAC title game Saturday.
Mother's boyfriend appears in court...

Mother's boyfriend appears in court in case of baby burned to death

Family members of the boyfriend say they don't think he should be charged in the child's death since he wasn't the baby's father.
More Clinton Email Coming Today

More Clinton Email Coming Today

State Department is expected to release another 7,800 pages of Clinton email.
Tyson Fury calls Wladimir Klitschko...

Tyson Fury calls Wladimir Klitschko camp 'cheats,' feared he'd be drugged

Tyson Fury said he refused to accept any water after beating Wladimir Klitschko in their world heavyweight title fight for fear of being drugged by the Ukrainian's camp.
Mark Richt: 'Miserable' not to meet...

Mark Richt: 'Miserable' not to meet expectations

On Sunday morning, athletic director Greg McGarity met with Mark Richt for more than an hour and told him he wouldn't be returning as Georgia's coach next season.


Opinion: Congress must finish the j...

Opinion: Congress must finish the job by reauthorizing Ex-Im Bank

Jobs. Politicians are good at talking about them, but too often it's simply lip service, telling voters that jobs are priority number one while doing little in Washington to actually create them. So when leaders actually follow through on their promises to create more jobs, it is refreshing. And when members of Congress, including Ted Poe and Kevin Brady from the Houston area, stand up and fight to grow our economy, they should be applauded. Such a vote happened in recent weeks. Since June, a little?
What Houston can do to create more ...

What Houston can do to create more affordable housing

When Laolu Davies got into real estate back in 2007, he was renting a Galleria-area apartment for less than $1,000 a month. Now, those same apartments are renting for at least $1,500 ? a more than 50 percent increase in less than a decade, Davies said. These skyrocketing rents and home prices have developers and brokers like Davies concerned that Houston faces an affordable housing crisis. ?All of a sudden, we went from having an affordable housing base to not building new housing for under?
CMS extends deadline to pull fundin...

CMS extends deadline to pull funding from Houston's St. Joseph Medical Center

St. Joseph Medical Center has extra time to fix some compliance issues that have come to light following an investigation by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. Originally, SJMC was expected to lose access to CMS funds in December, but the federal government has extended its termination date until Jan. 15 to allow time to reach an agreement with the hospital, according to CMS spokesman Tony Salters. More than 60 percent of St. Joseph's patients are covered by Medicare or Medicaid programs, the?
UTHealth receives $75 million from ...

UTHealth receives $75 million from mega donor, renames medical school

The John P. McGovern Foundation has donated $75 million to the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and its medical school, according to a statement. The gift will rename the medical school the John P. and Kathrine G. McGovern Medical School. It is the largest gift in UTHealth's history, the statement said. "I know my late husband would be so proud to see the McGovern name linked to such a forward-thinking institution devoted to teaching generations of future physicians to be humanistic?
Major CPRIT grant brings San Franci...

Major CPRIT grant brings San Francisco pharma company to Houston

San Francisco-based Ruga Corp. plans to relocate to Houston following a $20 million grant from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas. Ruga is a biopharmaceutical company that focuses on targeted cancer treatments. The company currently has two clinical candidates in its pipeline, according to its website. It was announced Nov. 19 at a CPRIT Oversight Committee meeting that Ruga plans to relocate to Houston following its acceptance of the grant, CPRIT spokesman Jeff Hillery said. Ruga?
Exclusive: Tech exec joins new heal...

Exclusive: Tech exec joins new health tech startup as COO

Philip Fraher has joined Houston-based The Right Place Inc., a health tech company that describes itself as an OpenTable for nursing homes. Fraher has several forays into various business ventures. Most recently he served as a founder and managing partner of The Formulate Group, a digital marketing company, and prior to that, Fraher was an adviser to Metal Networks, a Surge Ventures alum that makes it easier to buy and sell industrial metals. He also served as CEO of Houston-based FuelQuest, which?

Chron sports

Breaking down Texans’ sna...

Breaking down Texans’ snap counts in win over Saints

During the Texans' 24-6 win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, they had four running backs active. That included rookie running back Akeem Hunt playing four snaps on offense and carrying the football three times for a career-high 27 yards. Running back Alfred Blue rushed for 77 yards on 16 carries, playing 29 snaps for 41 percent of the offensive playing time.
Astros divide playoff pool of $...

Astros divide playoff pool of $2.2 million

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Texans coach Bill O’Brien...

Texans coach Bill O’Brien cautions against becoming overconfident

Texans coach Bill O'Brien has no intentions of allowing his football team to rest on its laurels, becoming overconfident or patting itself on the back after a fourth consecutive win.
Houston native Clay Helton named f...

Houston native Clay Helton named full-time head coach at USC

Rockets praise Kobe Bryant as L...

Rockets praise Kobe Bryant as Lakers star announces retirement

Though the news could not have been considered a surprise, the Rockets were still stunned after Sunday's game to hear that Kobe Bryant had announced he would retire after the season and took their turn praising his career.
3-Pointers: Takeaways from the ...

3-Pointers: Takeaways from the Rockets’ overtime win against the Knicks

Takeaways from the Rockets' overtime win in New York on Sunday night.


Crusade over shoddy drug tests

Crusade over shoddy drug tests

Review one lawyer's fight vs. Harris County probation officials.

Familyof 10 needs Christmas miracl...

Familyof 10 needs Christmas miracles

Two of their sons, 19-year-old Stephen and 7-year-old Joe, have muscular dystrophy, a serious genetic disease that causes progressive muscle degeneration. Stephen also has struggled with pneumonia and heart issues, a common side effect of the disease. In January, Maria underwent an emergency C-section. Despite all the health and financial struggles, the Mireles family still wants to make Christmas special this year, which is why they asked for help getting toys for their children through the Goodfellows program.
Prosecutor: Charges may be upgrade...

Prosecutor: Charges may be upgraded in child's death

Prosecutors said Monday that charges could be upgraded against a Houston couple accused of causing the death of a 19-month-old girl who was found dead in an oven with severe burns. Harris County prosecutor Stephen Driver told state District Judge Jim Wallace that a grand jury will decide the appropriate charges for Cornell Malone, 21, and his girlfriend, Racqual Thompson, 25, after investigators sort out what happened in their northeast Houston apartment. Both are in the Harris County jail, facing a maximum of two years in prison for child endangerment after allegedly leaving the toddler alone with three other children. Driver said Texas law provides stiffer penalties if the charges are upgraded, but that decision will be made after further investigation. Officials said the couple arrived home after midnight to find J'zyra Thompson inside the oven, which had tipped over, apparently trapping the child inside.

Best Pie in Houston?

Best Pie in Houston?

November 30, 1967: In the aftermath of Thanksgiving, Houstonians might?ve had some empty tins with no absolutely crumbs left from the Flying Saucer Pie Company. In a savvy salute to Space City, William Leeson, or ?Pie Bill,? founded the Flying Saucer Pie Company and began serving fresh homemade apple pies at 99 cents a pop. Every day for the last 48 years, the crew makes each pie from scratch using no preservatives. In essence, these pies have a pretty short life. And that makes things really interesting for this family owned bakery around Thanksgiving. You see, the company will sell at least 25,000 pies in the three days before Thanksgiving.
Texas to refugee groups: If you le...

Texas to refugee groups: If you let in a Syrian, we might sue you

AUSTIN - Texas officials are escalating their opposition to Syrian refugees with a new order aimed specifically at resettlement groups that have indicated they will accept people fleeing the war-torn country: change your mind or risk getting sued by the state. Bee Moorhead, executive director of Texas Impact, a faith-based organization that has ties to refugee groups and has expressed concern about Abbott's position, decried the letter in an interview with the Chronicle. The letter marks another escalation in a political battle just days after federal officials formally told refugee resettlement groups in Texas and elsewhere that President Barack Obama's administration does not believe that governors can block refugees. Obama has stuck to his plan to accept up to 10,000 Syrian refugees over the next fiscal year, saying it would violate the country's values to turn people away and that there are strict protocols in place that should assuage security concerns.

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